Late Summer Cycling and Storytelling in Toronto

Story and photos by Robert Zaichkowski Sunday, August 26, 2018, was a day of cycling and storytelling in the city. The Reading Line featured a book ride along the Prince Edward Viaduct (literally) bridging east and west Toronto, while BIKE MINDS held its … Continue reading

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dandyREVIEW – Building the Cycling City

Review by Robert Zaichkowski. Photos provided by Modacity. Over the past few years, members of Toronto’s cycling community have become connected with Melissa and Chris Bruntlett of the Modacity creative agency. Melissa, Chris, and their children Coralie and Etienne have … Continue reading

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Ride James Ride (day 1)

James Potvin is a 10 year old who is riding from Whitby to Coney Island, NY, a distance of about 1000 km, in order to raise funds for two charities associated with autism treatment. He did a similar ride last … Continue reading

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Toronto VS Everybody the Mississauga edition

Image from manhar80 on Instagram. Toronto VS Everybody the Mississauga edition Mississauga’s new bike plan is bigger than your bike plan by Tammy Thorne “The worst part of my commute is probably Etobicoke – very little bike infrastructure,” says Bart Maclean, … Continue reading

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A virtual bike lane on Bloor

The power of the orange cone Inspired by the Urban Repair Squad, the Bike Lane Bouncers create a virtual bike lane for cyclists who have to ride around cars parked in the bike lane by Jun Nogami Cars and other … Continue reading

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